Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson are on again.
According to E! News, a source close to Simpson confirmed the news that the twosome are once again a couple.
“They are trying to make it work.,” said the source.
Hadid and Simpson, who broke up earlier in the year, were reportedly “inseparable” at Friday’s Just Jared Homecoming Dance presented by Ever After High.
According to reports, the couple arrived together, never left each other’s sides throughout the entire evening, held hands, danced and mingled with other guests, which included Kendall Jenner.
Yea, sounds like they are definitely on again.
.@GiGiHadid and @CodySimpson were the cutest couple at the #JJHOMECOMING with #EverAfterHigh! http://t.co/6yAiHXhxtJ pic.twitter.com/7xOiDaFtsj
— JustJared.com (@JustJared) November 21, 2014
A source told E! News that they “looked like a giddy young couple and left together holding hands at 2 a.m.”
Shortly after their split, Hadid told Women’s Wear Daily that their split was on amicable terms.
“We’re still best friends and I’ll always respect him and support his career,” she said. “I love Cody to death and he loves me.”
Hadid revealed at the time that the breakup was his idea.
“He needed his time to focus on his music. He’s the one who broke up with me.”
A spokesperson for ‘La Da Dee’ hitmaker Cody also said at the time: “They decided that rather than let things sour that they split up in hopes that their lives might someday bring them back together.
“They remain close friends and will continue to show their support for one and other.”
Earlier, patrickta glammin me up for @theAMAs this evening. On my way now to hit the carpet xx #AMAs pic.twitter.com/w3QfxXbQop
— Gigi Hadid (@GiGiHadid) November 23, 2014
A spokesperson for Simpson issued a statement at the time of their breakup that hinted that they might one day reunite.
”They decided that rather than let things sour that they split up in hopes that their lives might someday bring them back together,” said the spokesperson. ”They remain close friends and will continue to show their support for one and other.”